Spot the International Space Station

Attention stargazers! Turn your eyes to the skies this evening to see the International Space Station. When: 6:51pm – 6:56pm Where: Start: NW 10° End: ESE 18° Highest Point: NE 69° Weather Conditions: Mostly clear with a passing cloud or two. Temperatures in the low/mid 40’s.   Fun Facts: The ISS is the third brightest object in the sky and easy to spot. Visible to the naked eye, it looks like a fast-moving plane only much higher and traveling thousands of miles an hour faster! ~ Meteorologist Candice Boling

Sunday Science Tidbit; Couple’s Edition: Diamond Dust & Starry Nights

Since it’s Valentine’s Day, I thought I would treat you to what I call a “two-fer” or 2 Sunday Science Tidbits in one night! You’ve all hear…